Category Archive: Data Analytics

If you haven’t tried out Azure Data Studio, or if you looked at it in the past and forgot about it, it’s time to give it another try. It’s not intended to replace SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS), but more to compliment it. Each tool has its pros and cons, and you’ll get the most mileage if you...

SQL PASS Summit 2019 Recap Wow, my brain hurts! However, I am excited about all the networking and learning opportunities I received a couple weeks ago at the PASS Summit in Seattle.  For those of you that don’t know, the PASS Summit is a leading three-day event attended by over 4,000 individuals that want to enhance their career...

This past November, I had the opportunity to attend the PASS Summit in Seattle, WA. This was the largest conference I have attended, chuck full of more useful sessions than I could undertake, and I needed to pare those down to a manageable list. While perusing through the list of 219 sessions, I found a session dealing with...

Companies progress through maturity phases as they utilize their data. Moving from one phase to the next takes an investment of time and knowledge in order to fully harness the power of data. Omnitech Data Engineer, Juan gives a great overview of the process: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/different-types-data-analytics-know-juan-harrington/